Rajouri – District Development Commissioner, Rajouri, Saugat Biswas, who is also the chairman of district level committee for monitoring of RGGVY, today reviewed implementation of the scheme in the district.
The meeting was attended by Superintending Engineer EM&RE, Superintending Engineer RGGVY, Executive Engineer RGGVY, Executive Engineer, EM&RE and contractor executing the project m/s Pir Panchal Pvt. Ltd.
It was informed in the meeting that the scheme was sanctioned for electrification of 687 un-electrified habitations in the district including six un-electrified villages.
The DDC informed that the JKSPDC has installed complete infrastructure in 356 habitations and partially in 60 besides the Power Development Department has energized and operationlized sub-stations in 81 habitations, so far.
After threadbare discussion on the achievements and bottlenecks, Biswas directed the officers of JKSPDC and PDD to further gear up the implementation of the scheme to achieve 100% targets by the end of December 2012. He directed all the concerned wings to expedite joint inspections in all the sub-stations in a well coordinated and professional manner according to the timeline already generated. He further said that any failure to comply with the timeline will be dealt with strictly.
The DDC asked the JKSPDC to sort out issues of fund flow, and procurment of material etc with the contractor expeditiously so that no hindrances are encountred in timely implementation of the scheme. He also asked the Superintending Engineer, EM&RE to get all sub-stations charged as per the timeline besides directing the SE, RGGVY to devise mechanism for repair and maintainance of faults in new sub-stations in a seamless manner, to avoid inconvenience to the public.
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